Lineville News

Intermediate School

March 15, 2022

ATTENDANCE LINE (920) 662-7875

When reporting an absence, please call our school's attendance line at 920-662-7875 prior to the start of each school day.


This event is only open to Lineville 5th and 6th grade students.

Pre-Registration Required Click here to register.

Date: March 18, 2022

Time: 3:15-5:15pm

Location: Howard Suamico Community Pool

Includes swimming, 1 slice of pizza, 1 Kool-Aid pouch and a bag of popcorn.

Please bring a swim suit and towel. Pool toys will be provided.

Enter through door #11 (recess hallway). Doors will be open after school until 3:30pm.

Pickup will be from the pool parking lot. Students will not be allowed to exit before 5:00pm unless a parent comes inside.



I would like to personally invite you to join our 11th Annual 2myles4autism Run/Walk event on Saturday, April 23 at 9:00 am at Meadowbrook Elementary! We have dubbed this event as our "10th Annual Event - On Repeat" (because we had to be virtual last year, we thought we'd recelebrate our 10th annual event). This event, named after my son Myles, helps to raise awareness for autism and to raise funds to support students with autism in the Howard-Suamico School District. Our past 10 events have been a huge success and we are hoping that, with your help, this year’s event will continue to raise much-needed awareness about autism. Did you know that 1 in 44 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder? When we started this event eleven years ago, that number was about 1 in 150!

REGISTER BEFORE 11:59 PM ON SUNDAY, APRIL 3 TO GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET A T-SHIRT AT THE EVENT (if you register on April 4 or after, you will still get a t-shirt but it will come after the event - CLICK HERE to see this year's t-shirt design). To register online, CLICK HERE or access a paper registration form - CLICK HERE. Our registration fee is very affordable - $10 per person for all registrants!

For more information about the event, please visit our event website at

With much appreciation,

The 2myles4autism Team

Ryan Welnetz, Ally Welnetz, Renee Gantz-Nett, Vanessa Moran, Travis Truskowski, and Jenny Woldt


Did you know The Giving Tree’s vision is an education without barriers? Aside from our monthly food pantry, we support students and their families with so much more! From school supplies, to our Holiday Store, we know each student and family’s needs are different. We are looking forward to sharing a little more about The Giving Tree each month in conjunction with our food collections.

This month we are collecting canned vegetables. Please feel free to send donations with your students to put in the collections bins/carts near the main office of school. Items can also be dropped off during school hours. The Giving Tree appreciates the community support in helping ensure food is not a barrier to a student’s education.



Click on the link below for an article from the school board.

Mar 2022 Broadcast Communication - Aligning Programs to Labor Markets.pdf


Open to Boys & Girls in grades 3-6, the Bay Port Track Club will be held in April/May of this year. Check the link below for more details and sign up information.

2022 Bay Port Track Club Sign Up Form.doc


Learn to ice skate! Join for lots of fun, friendship and exercise! Spring session begins late March, all classes are held at De Pere Ice Arena. Green Bay Figure Skating Club is also offering Kicks Synchronized Skating Team Workshops on April 3rd and April 10th!


East River Pop Warner Football registration has begun for kids ages 7-12. The program teaches safe tackling and football fundamentals, while emphasizing the importance of education through the Little Scholars Program. Visit the East River Pop Warner website to learn more.


Bay View 2022-23 Registration & Orientation for 6th Graders

Please see the link below for important dates to apply for courses, student and parent meetings, course selections, etc.

If you have any questions, please contact the School Counselor for incoming 7th graders, Molly Sabel.

Timeline for Bay View Registration and Orientation


Are you looking for reading activities to use with your reader at home?

Start a Book Club: Form a book club with family members, your child’s friends and their parents, or just the two of you. Select a book together and establish small reading assignments, (for example one or two chapters at a time). Choose a specific “meeting” time, and place such as a weekly trip to a park (during the warmer months) or just chat at home over zoom, discussing the book. Be sure to focus on talking about your ideas and themes in the book, using examples from the book. After you finish one book, pick another book by the same author, about a similar topic or in the same genre and compare them.

Compare Perspectives: Read about an event you and your child attended, or write your own accounts of an event you shared. Read the two pieces and then compare the differences between them and the perspectives from which they were written.

Read and Research: Help your child come up with a question about a topic of interest. Then work together to read a variety of sources to find the answer.

Vary your Reading: Read different genres of texts with your child. For example, pick a poem or play and read it together and talk about the ideas, perspectives and themes of it. Read two poems about one topic and compare them.


It is time to purchase your yearbook! Please visit the below link to order today.

Best pricing for books is available until March 1st. After March 1st prices will increase and no upgrades will be available.

If you are in need of alternative ordering options please contact the Harmann Studios Customer Care Team at 1-800-236-8910.


Dental Sign Up

Oral Health Partnership (OHP) is coming to your school to provide in-school dental care to your child! OHP serves children with Medicaid or uninsured on the free and reduced lunch program. If your child qualifies, please fill out the health history -

OHP plans to be at your school in May!

¡Oral Health Partnership (OHP) viene a su escuela para suministrar cuidado dental para su hijo en su escuela! OHP sirve a los niños con asistencia médica o sin seguro que califican para almuerzo gratis o reducido en la escuela. Si su hjio califica, favor de llenar un historial médico -

¡OHP tiene planeado visitar sus escuelas en Mayo!


Does your child complain of headaches often?

Hold objects close to their eyes?

Squint eyelids together or frown?

Click on the link to learn more information and recommendations from public health.

Vision Resource Packet English Spanish Hmong.pdf


Lineville Intermediate has started to send 10-Day Absence Letters to families. The State allows families to excuse their children from school up to 10 days in a school year. Attendance can be changed at any time with any updated paperwork. If you have any doctor's notes to be turned in, please hand them in or email to:

Please note this is just to let you know your student is at the 10 days, not that anything will be done at this time. You will be contacted by the teachers, school social worker and counselor if anything is going to happen further. So please do not worry.

Power School Attendance Code Meanings:

EXC - students absence is excused

UNX - students absence is excused, however, exceeds the 10 days

TRU - no one has called in the student for the absence that day